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I've heard that asymmetric breasts are normal, common and you should embrace them and all that, but I haven't heard of anyone who actually has proper asymmetric breasts. I'm talking at least a whole cup size difference.

Are there any bras that can help make them look similar? (Having a bra with removable inserts doesn't do much, I've removed them both, put them into the smaller side's cup and there is barely any difference, still a lot of space).

I'm losing hope for the smaller side to catch up (I'm 16 already), and I've become quite insecure, especially since no one in my family has this problem while here I am with a 32D and 32B
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(Original post by Anonymous)
I've heard that asymmetric breasts are normal, common and you should embrace them and all that, but I haven't heard of anyone who actually has proper asymmetric breasts. I'm talking at least a whole cup size difference.

Are there any bras that can help make them look similar? (Having a bra with removable inserts doesn't do much, I've removed them both, put them into the smaller side's cup and there is barely any difference, still a lot of space).

I'm losing hope for the smaller side to catch up (I'm 16 already), and I've become quite insecure, especially since no one in my family has this problem while here I am with a 32D and 32B
Normally plastic surgery can solve this problem but you really need to consult the advice of a plastic surgeon to be sure.
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(Original post by Anonymous)
Normally plastic surgery can solve this problem but you really need to consult the advice of a plastic surgeon to be sure.
Personally I don't see this as a "problem" that needs to be "solved", still less with surgery. It could certainly be a focus of insecurity, for which a better answer could be a greater focus on self-love and loving one's own body the way it is. Everyone has asymmetries and what are thought of as imperfections, and IMO those are part of what makes each person unique and beautiful.

But what do I know - I'm not a breast haver. I definitely wouldn't be put off in the slightest by asymmetrical breasts but I very much acknowledge they're not there for my benefit. Y'all who do have breasts should do what you think best with them
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I had a similar problem. One breast was bigger and asymmetric so when I looked into the mirror I wanted to cry. If that was only a small size difference I would not mind that. But the difference was huge and only surgery could help. It sounded scary to undergo a breast lift but it was not bad at all. And I don't regret it. Harder was to find the clinic I would be happy with and the surgeon I could trust. My parents were very supportive and my mum also stayed at Forme clinic with me what helped with my nervosity. Well, they weren't very happy at the beginning but when they saw how unhappy I was they just wanted the best for me and helped me a lot.
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